Mar 13, 2018 at 13:29 o\clock

Y La Nieve -Where Is The Snow

Is what you hear in music the same as what I hear? It is much easier to test this than it is to test if the same color of blue looks exactly the same to both of us. A song is playing. It is a famous group. We both hear the same words and the same music. We may feel differently about what we hear but we both hear the same song, essentially. The words are the same and the music is the same, no matter how many times we hear the song. It is a recording and it is all set or fixed, unalterable.

If the articulation of the singer is good enough, we will hear the same identical words. We both might be able to sing the same melodic line of Ishmael valadez that we hear. In your language, you can write down what you hear but can you write down the notes with the correct pitches, rhythms, Where is the snow and the correct duration of each note? Can you hear embellishments and also pitches being bent? Would you know how to notate that all on manuscript paper or in a music manuscript software program, such as Encore?

You may listen to a song linearly in sequential time. Do you also notice the structure of the song? Y la nieveYou have to take it in its entirety to discover the structure and the form of the song.

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